New Marine Crime thriller featuring Art Marvik former Commando and SBS Officer to be published 31 March 2015

I'm thrilled to announce that Severn  House Publishers are to publish  the first in a brand new crime series featuring a brand new hero on 31 March 2015.  Let me introduce you to Art Marvik a former Royal Marine Commando, Special Boat Services Officer and give you a taste of what is to come.     

In the first of the series, called Silent Running, Marvik, adrift after leaving the marines, unexpectedly  finds himself being used as bait to catch a ruthless killer whose slaying spree spans the decades. In a race against time, Marvik is sucked  into a dangerous assignment and a web of deceit that will need all his skills,  and those of his friend, former Marine Special Forces Communicator, Shaun  Strathen, to get to the truth. Their mission, to stop a ruthless killer before he kills again. 

I will reveal more about Marvik  in the weeks to come. Meanwhile a note for your diaries.  Silent Running is to  be published in hardback in the UK on 31 March 2015 and in the USA in September 2015, when it will also be released as an ebook and available on Kindle, Kobo, Nook and other devices.

Edwin Buckhalter, Chairman of Severn House, says, ‘Silent Running has all the hallmarks of a good  Rowson novel, the setting and atmosphere, the sailing and boats, interesting  characters, and the intricate, complex plot. It is certainly something that will excite her existing fans and bring in  new readers.’

And to those of you who are fretting about DI Andy Horton  never fear, DI Andy Horton returns to solve another unusual murder case in September 2015 when the twelfth in the series will be published, called Fatal Catch.  More about that later.

2015 is shaping up to be an exciting year.  I'll post more about Art Marvik and Andy Horton here shortly with jacket covers for both novels and more news about them.

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